You may find it surprising that I’m giving stock tips now. I’ll explain why shortly. Here are my tips
What Dan Writes
Most advisors’ web pages are incredibly boring. They’re filled with stock images, dense content, insider jargon and self-serving information. This isn’t a formula for maintaining interest.
There’s no shortage of quotes extolling the virtue of hard work. The one I hear a lot is “the harder I work, the luckier I get.”
The nice part about implementing this resolution is the results are immediate. They will be evident in any setting – personal and professional.
No one complains about market volatility when stocks go up. There are no articles telling you how you should deal with a sharp increase in the value of your portfolio.
No one knows what will happen with the financial market. This is yet another reason to ignore the financial media. Much of what the financial media reports isn’t accurate or reliable.